Thousands of people have done it, and I am going to do it. Michael on accepting office diversity: You know what? Why don’t we go around and everybody – everybody – say a race that you are attracted to sexually. It is like this tangible thing that you can point to and say “Hey man, I love you this many dollars-worth.” And to my own Valentine…Mr.
Michael Scott: Well, check to see if there is a conversion chart in the notebook.
Michael Scott: I say, “You will miss our service, and I absolutely guarantee you’ll come back.” Business Student: Has anyone ever come back?
His attempts to show off backfire and tend to result in damage to the bar.
When he dances on the pool table, the bar manager Donna asks him to leave.
A little over two years has passed since ‘The Office’ series finale and 4 years since the ‘World’s best Boss’ left our favorite primetime work place.
Michael Scott may not have been the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he is still not one to be “truffled” with.Ryan Howard:  Did this happen on company property? It was on company property with company property, so double jeopardy. Ryan Howard: I don’t think you understand how jeopardy works. People always talk about triumphs of the human spirit. That’s why everybody was applauding for me at the end, my guts and my heart. At various times you gave Jim 10 points, Dwight a gold star, and Stanley a thumbs-up. And while I eventually puked my guts out, I never puked my heart out. Michael Scott: Toby is in HR, which technically means he works for corporate. Also, he’s divorced, so he’s really not a part of his family. And I don’t really know how to compare those units. Business Student: What do you say to a customer who wants to leave you for the convenience and savings of a nationwide chain? Michael Scott: Now, you may look around and see two groups here. "Michael, how can you appreciate women so much but also dump one of them? Episode:: "The Fight" - Season 2 Michael: Would I rather be feared or loved? Episode:: "Grief Counceling" - Season 3 Michael: There are five stages to grief, which are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. And it is my job to try to get them all the way through to acceptance. If I can get them depressed, then I'll have done my job.